# SOLUTION: Graph the following system of equations. Describe both lines and the final graph. (example: The first line is dotted, falls left to right and has shading above it.) x + y < -2 a

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Expressions-with-variables Question 626380: Graph the following system of equations. Describe both lines and the final graph. (example: The first line is dotted, falls left to right and has shading above it.) x + y < -2 and x - y < 4Answer by lwsshak3(6490)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Graph the following system of equations. Describe both lines and the final graph. (example: The first line is dotted, falls left to right and has shading above it.) x + y < -2 and x - y < 4 ** convert inequalities to straight line equations. x+y=-2 y=-x-2 This is a straight line with a slope=-1 and y-intercept=-2 For the inequality, shade the area below the line but not including the line(dotted) .. x-y=4 y=x-4 This is a straight line with a slope=1 and y-intercept=-4 For the inequality, shade the area below the line but not including the line(dotted)